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I see that your oven and broiler will not work on your Frigidaire range. It could be possible that your elements are bad or the thermostat may have shorted. I would suggest performing a reset on your range and you can do that by flipping the household circuit breaker off for roughly ten minutes. If that does not help resolve your issue you may need to have a professional technician come out to pinpoint the issue within your range. Best of luck! -Matt
Without knowing much about different stoves they do all have a central break out point for the electrical. I would suggest a professional look at it but if you dig in yourself trace back the burner wiring back to the source where it breaks out to the four. I am sure that is where you problem is.
assuming that the worst case senario has taken place
first thing i would check is ensure i have proper voltage at the outlet, 120 from each side to ground
220 across L1-L2
the elements are the only thing on the range that uses 220v
if you know how to use a mutimeter
you can test both the elements
disconnect the range at teh breaker
take out the screws at the back wall that hold the elements in
pull out about an inch becareful they dont leave much slack on the wires
disconnect on element terminal and apply your leads your looking for continuity, your meter should beep
if not replace the element
if yes, let the element hang ensureing niether terminal touches anything, reconnect the other terminal
now turn the stove on bake if your doing the lower
turn you meter to ac voltage
you should read 220v
anything less than that, your problem is before that
This should be pretty easy. Please unplug the oven, or turn it off at the fuse/breaker panel first! Then use a pair of small pliers to grab the center of the remains of the lightbulb and spin it out. If you can't get hold of anything in the center of the bulb, you may have to use a screwdriver to bend the edges of the metal shell away from the socket, just enough that you can grab the edge of it with the pliers to turn it out.
HI You should be able to replace the top only. Normally if this is your fault, it is not covered by warranty. Normally this would be if you dropped something onto it. This would leave like a star shap series of cracks. If its down to manufacture, this should be covered under warranty. This damage normally looks like just one long crack, no impact mark. Check with the manufacturer